martes, 2 de febrero de 2010

SUPER BOWL XLIIV WEEK EVENTS - Ingles

NFL YOUTH FOOTBALL CLINICS
— Throughout Super Bowl week, more than 500 children from military
families, schools and Special Olympics programs will learn
flag football fundamentals, sportsmanship and teamwork
from area youth coaches and NFL players including Dwayne
Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs; Josh Cribbs, Cleveland Browns;
Tyrone Culver, Miami Dolphins; Joey Haynos, Miami
Dolphins; Brandon Jacobs, New York Giants; Nate Jones,
Miami Dolphins; Lousaka Polite, Miami Dolphins; Paul Soliai,
Miami Dolphins and Donald Thomas, Miami Dolphins. Clinics
will be held on Thursday, February 4 from 10:00 A.M.-3:00
P.M. and Friday, February 5, from 10:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Friday’s events will also feature an NFL Girls Flag Football
Showcase for local female high school flag football players
from 12:30-3:00 P.M. All NFL Youth Football activities will
take place at the clinic fields within NFL Game Day Fan
Plaza, adjacent to Sun Life Stadium.

SUPER BOWL XLIV ONE WORLD SUPER HUDDLE
— South Florida area fifth graders will learn
about the differences that make them unique and the
similarities that bring them together as part of the NFL’s
diversity program “One World: Connecting Communities,
Cultures and Classrooms.” Eight classes from varying ethnic
and racial backgrounds who have been communicating with
each other through pen pal letters will meet their pen pals for
the first time and join together with NFL players, including
players from the Miami Dolphins to create a multicultural art
project, cook healthy snacks, listen to the sounds of jazz
and participate in a Latin dance activity. The One World
Super Huddle will be held on Monday, February 1 from 10:00
A.M.-1:00 P.M. at Miami Children’s Museum, 980 McArthur
Causeway in Miami.

NFL PLAY 60 KIDS’ DAY
- NFL PLAY 60 Kids’ Day gives
250 local children the opportunity to spend time with NFL
players at the NFL Game Day Fan Plaza (located adjacent
to Gates F, G and H at Sun Life Stadium) on Wednesday,
February 3, from 11:00 A.M-2:00 P.M. Area children will take
part in the excitement of Super Bowl Week alongside current
and former NFL players including Davone Bess, Miami
Dolphins; Greg Camarillo, Miami Dolphins; Josh Cribbs,
Cleveland Browns; John Denney, Miami Dolphins; Brandon
Fields, Miami Dolphins; Nate Garner, Miami Dolphins and
Lousaka Polite, Miami Dolphins. Kids will learn more about
the importance of healthy living during Kids’ Day as part of
NFL PLAY 60, aimed at helping youngsters get 60 minutes
of exercise each day. All Kids’ Day attendees completed the
NFL PLAY 60 Challenge. As part of the contest, local students
were challenged to get 60 minutes of physical activity a day.
As part of their Kids’ Day experience, children will participate
in interactive PLAY 60 fitness activities using the innovative
HOPSports training system; play games as part of the
Playworks program which focuses on active, inclusive play;
learn basic NFL FLAG skills and drills alongside NFL players
during NFL FLAG Football clinics; and participate in Cartoon
Network activities including a Football Obstacle Course, Ben
10 Bike Challenge, Jedi Training area and a photo area with
live characters from Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

SUPER BOWL XLIV NFL CHARITIES YOUTH BOWLING CLINIC
— The NFL will conduct the NFL
Charities Youth Bowling Clinic at SpareZ Lanes on South
University Drive in Davie on Wednesday, February 3 at
11:00 A.M. Thirty boys and girls from the South Florida Youth
Education Town (YET) will learn basics of the game from
professional bowlers, including members of the PBA Tour.
NFL players from the Miami Dolphins including Nate Jones
will join the children following instruction.

TAZÓN LATINO IV
— The NFL has teamed up with
Telemundo Network to present Tazón Latino IV for the fourth
consecutive year. The nationally televised flag football game
between former NFL players and Latino celebrities will take
place on Wednesday, February 3 at 2:00 P.M. at the Tazón
Latino Field at Lummus Park and will air on Telemundo
Network on Saturday, February 6 at 3:30 P.M. Former NFL
players taking part in this event include Marcus Allen, Tim
Brown, Rocket Ismail, Fuad Reveiz and Vinny Testaverde.
Latino celebrities include Jencarlos Canela, Angeline
Moncayo and Monica Noguera. Tazón Latino IV will be
hosted by Edgar Lopez and Karim Mendiburu of Telemundo.

NFL PLAY 60 CHALLENGE SCHOOL VISIT
— As part of NFL PLAY 60, the league’s youth health and
fitness campaign, NFL players Josh Cribbs, Cleveland
Browns and Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins will visit Sunset
Elementary (5120 Sunset Drive, Miami) for a special fitness
activity on Tuesday, February 2 at 9:30 A.M. The NFL PLAY
60 Challenge, developed in conjunction with the American
Heart Association, is the primary in-school curriculum for
NFL PLAY 60. Fifth graders at Sunset Elementary took part
in the NFL PLAY 60 Challenge, a Super Bowl program that
taught students the importance of getting 60 minutes of daily
physical activity. Over 14,000 South Florida 4th and 5th
graders participated in the Challenge in the months leading
up to Super Bowl Week.

NFL YOUTH EDUCATION TOWN
— The NFL and its community partners will celebrate the work of the
South Florida NFL Youth Education Towns (YET). The NFL
YET program is aimed at positively impacting youth in at-
risk neighborhoods. There are two NFL Youth Education
Towns in South Florida, one in Fort Lauderdale and one in
Miami. The Miami NFL YET opened following Super Bowl
XXIX and the Fort Lauderdale NFL YET opened as a legacy
of Super Bowl XXXIII. Current and former NFL players who
received NFL Charities grants and NFL Youth Football Fund
grants within the past year will host a youth football clinic with
NFL YET children at the Fort Lauderdale Youth Education
Town (2621 S.W. 15th Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33312) on
Thursday, February 4, from 3:00-4:00 P.M.
The clinic will be immediately followed at the same location
by a press conference where NFL Commissioner Roger
Goodell will announce a $1 million NFL gift to the two South
Florida NFL YETs and celebrate the ways that the centers
have benefited the surrounding community. Commissioner
Goodell will be joined by government officials, host committee
members, Miami Dolphins representatives and NFL players
including Pro Football Hall of Famer and ESPN analyst Steve
Young; ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski;
Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington; and Denver
Broncos linebacker Darrell Reid. The press conference will
also include the announcement of a donation of photography
equipment valued at $150,000 by Canon, a community
partner of the initiative, to fund the use of photography
equipment by youth at each of the 13 NFL Youth Education
Towns across the country. Canon will also participate in
the youth football clinic, hosting a photography station as
part of the event. Canon spokesperson Archie Manning
will participate in the press conference. Young, Jaworski,
Manning, Pennington and Reid will participate in the youth
football clinic from 3:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M. A bus will depart the
Media Center for this event at 3:00 P.M.

SUPER BOWL XLIV BUSINESS LEADERSHIP FORUM
— The South Florida Regional Planning Council
and 20 of the area’s leading minority business leadership
groups will join the NFL and Sprint to host the “Super
Bowl XLIV Business Leadership Forum,” an event that will
bring together corporate leaders, up-and-coming business
executives, entrepreneurs and small, minority and women
business owners to discuss leadership, winning business
strategies and realities of a diverse workplace in America.
NFL players turned businessmen, such as Keith Sims, Pat
Ballage and Kim Bokamper, will be joined by nationally
recognized business leaders during a 60-minute exchange
of thoughts, perspectives and business strategies, led by
WPLG anchor Kristi Krueger and Kevin Gale, editor of the
South Florida Business Journal. The event will take place on
Thursday, February 4 from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the Miniaci
Theatre on the campus of Nova Southeastern University in
Fort Lauderdale, with a networking reception to precede the
forum.

NFL PEPSI FAN JAM CONCERT SERIES
— The musical and award-winning talents of Rihanna, Nelly
Furtado, Justin Bieber and Paulina Rubio will be showcased
at South Beach. Rihanna, Justin Bieber, and Timbaland
and Friends will kick off the series on Thursday, February
4 at 7:00 P.M. The series continues on Friday, February 5
with the Pepsi Música Super Bowl Fan Jam featuring Nelly
Furtado, Paulina Rubio and Pitbull.

SUPER BOWL XLIV NFL CHARITIES CELEBRITY BOWLING CLASSIC
— The NFL will conduct the fifth NFL Charities/GoBowling.com Super Bowl
Celebrity Bowling Classic at SpareZ Lanes in Davie on
Thursday, February 4 at 8:00 P.M. Amateur bowlers compete
with current and former NFL players including Pro Football
Hall of Famers in the event which benefits the NFL Youth
Education Town (YET) initiative.

STEVE SABOL’S “THE ART OF FOOTBALL” EXHIBITION
— “The Art of Football,” an exhibition of
Steve Sabol’s thought-provoking, very colorful football-
themed art will be on display from January 19 to February 9
at the Avant Gallery on N. Miami Avenue in the historic Miami
Design District. Sabol will be making appearances during the
week leading up to Super Bowl.

THE WALTER PAYTON NFL MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD
— The finalists for the 2010 Walter Payton NFL
Man of the Year Award will be available at a news conference
Friday, February 5 at 9:00 A.M. at the Media Center, press
conference rooms Floridian Ballroom A-D. The finalists
are London Fletcher, Washington Redskins; Mike Furrey,
Cleveland Browns; and Brian Waters, Kansas City Chiefs.
The winner will be announced on-field prior to the national
anthem at the Super Bowl.

REBUILDING TOGETHER “KICKOFF TO REBUILD”
— Rebuilding Together, the nation’s leading
nonprofit preserving affordable homeownership, will
celebrate the 15th annual “Kickoff to Rebuild” on Thursday,
February 4, with a project at the corner of Elizabeth Street
and Thomas Avenue in Coconut Grove. NFL players and
volunteers will help repair the building, focusing on providing
energy efficient repairs. A news conference will be held at noon.

SUPER BOWL XLIV NFL CHARITIES CELEBRITY GOLF CLASSIC
— The 25th annual Super Bowl XLIV NFL Charities Celebrity Golf Classic
will be held at Doral Golf Resort Saturday, February 6 at 11:00 A.M.
Amateur golfers team up with current and former NFL players
including members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the
event. The event benefits the NFL Youth Education Town
(YET) initiative.

SUPER BOWL SATURDAY NIGHT
— The NFL will count down the hours to the Super Bowl with O.A.R.,
Barenaked Ladies, Robert Randolph & The Family Band
and a fireworks spectacular at Ft. Lauderdale Beach Park.
The free open-to-the-public event will include live musical
performances capped off by the Super Bowl Fireworks
Spectacular. Festivities begin at 4:00 P.M.

TASTE OF THE NFL
— Taste of the NFL is the premier
food and wine tasting extravaganza at Super Bowl, featuring
a top chef from each of the 32 NFL team markets, paired
with a current or retired player from each team. The event
has donated more than eight million dollars to help tackle
hunger since its inception in 1992. Proceeds from the Taste
of the NFL will benefit affiliates of Feeding America and other
national hunger-relief organizations in every NFL city. The
event will take place on Saturday, February 6 at 7:00 P.M.
at the Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center
in Fort Lauderdale. Media wishing to cover the event should
apply.

MOTOBLUR SUPER BOWL XLIV MEDIA CENTER
— Motorola will be at the forefront of the media
center excitement this year with a number of activities
showcasing the power of MOTOBLUR, the first solution to
sync contacts, posts, messages, photos and much more,
from all of your social networks. Media, players, celebrities
and other VIPs will be invited to relax and refresh in the
MOTOBLUR Media Lounge, where Motorola’s latest devices
will be on display and available for trial.

GATORADE PERFORMANCE LAB
– Scientists from the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI) will
conduct Athlete Performance Testing on several NFL
players, including Eli Manning. Testing at the Gatorade
Performance Lab will demonstrate the scientific engineering
behind the development of the G Series – a new line of
products for athletes that provide fuel, fluid and nutrients
before, during and after activity. The testing will be viewable
via the GStream channel on uStream.com. Hours: Monday,
February 1 through Friday, February 5 with hours posted
at the Lab. Media Center, Exhibit Hall B.

GAME DAY FAN PLAZA
— 11:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M., Sunday, January 31; 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.,
Sunday, February 7 (to Super Bowl ticket-holders only). 2010 marks
the introduction of the interactive football experience,
located adjacent to Sun Life Stadium, which will be open to
the general public, free of charge, on Pro Bowl Sunday and
to ticket-holders only on Super Bowl Sunday. Four different
interactive games will challenge fans’ football skills and
plenty of concessions will keep even the hungriest of fans
satisfied, while sponsor exhibit areas will offer a wide variety
of entertainment and giveaways. Game Day Fan Plaza will
also showcase the NFL FLAG Tournament of Championships
on the Youth Clinic field at 12:30 P.M. and feature free NFL
player autographs on Pro Bowl Sunday. Attendees will have
the ability to see the Vince Lombardi Trophy as well as Super
Bowl rings up close.